My main research areas are landscape geography, historical geography, and cultural geography. My research has mainly focused on Scandinavia. The main historical period studied is ca 1750-1950, and my research covers for example enclosure reforms, landowning patterns, the landscape of the great landed estates, the Swedish smallholding movement, and the modern peri-urban landscape. I have participated in several cross disciplinary projects on long term landscape changes, and I also publish on landscape heritage issues. Other fields of interest are planning issues and climate change effects, for instance sea level rise and coastal planning. I have studied farmers’ experiences of the drought in 2018.
I teach at all levels at the Department of Human geography and serve as a PhD supervisor.
I am a Fellow of the Royal Society of Letters in Lund.
For more information on research projects: My profile in Lund University research portal
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